Program Highlights

Admissions

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Academics

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs, as well as a combined BS/MS option. Choose your program

Research

From medicine and natural speech processing to renewable energy, our faculty research interests are pursued in an environment where cross-disciplinary and cross-university collaboration fuels discovery. Explore our research activities

New Master's Program

Johns Hopkins Engineering offering a new cross-disciplinary master's program in Human Language Technology Explore the program

There is no greater endeavor than solving a real-world problem that can ultimately improve the lives of many.

Archana Venkataraman ECE Assistant Professor

Vivien Thomas Scholars Initiative

A new doctoral fellowship creating pathways for exceptional students from historically Black colleges and universities and minority-serving institutions to pursue PhDs in STEM fields at Johns Hopkins.

The application deadline for the 2023 cohort is December 1.

Inspiring Entrepreneurship

Learning product design for the biomedical market

In Design of Biomedical Instruments and Systems, a hands-on course focused on the principles of product design for the biomedical market, students take their ideas from concept to finished product. Learn More

A home for student entrepreneurs

FastForward U provides a wealth of resources to help students commercialize their innovations--from dedicated workspace and professional mentoring to educational programs and funding opportunities. Learn More

Innovation: Building a faster MRI

An electrical engineering grad student designed an algorithm that speeds up MRI data acquisition, resulting in clearer images in less time. Learn more

Inspiring Entrepreneurship cont'd

Meet the Newest Grantees of the Cohen Translational Engineering Fund

Two faculty teams with members affiliated with the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering have received grants for their research through the Cohen Translational Engineering Fund. Learn more

FOR MANY PATIENTS, ULTRASOUNDS COULD BE PIVOTAL FOR EARLY BREAST CANCER DIAGNOSIS

The development of novel ultrasound technology will help radiologists differentiate cancer from benign masses, preventing invasive and unnecessary breast biopsies and multi-year follow-ups Learn more

Learning to mine a soundscape

Mounya Elhilali, Charles Renn Faculty Scholar and professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is the principal investigator on a 2022 Department of Defense Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI), “Learning to mine a soundscape.” Learn more